Excellence Magazine Luxury GREEN

The Earth is in danger and, apparently, it also has an imminent deadline coming up, unless we act quickly and effectively. To remind us, a new climate clock was installed in New York last September a huge digital clock that counts down the hours and minutes we have left, equal to about 7 years. That’s supposed to be the time we have left to take action against global warming, so let’s ACT!

Last year, we created the Excellence Green Awards, a project developed in collaboration with the University of Milan-Bicocca, which selects and rewards individuals and companies that have implemented projects in favor of environmental sustainability. At the same time, we created Excellence Green, whose first issue we are presenting today, aiming at analyzing and delving into the topic of environmental sustainability, highlighting the most urgent issues and acknowledging those who are already working virtuously to this end.

This is our editorial contribution to raise awareness and encourage our readers, who are already very interested in this subject, inviting them to act quickly and to be part of this great movement that will save the planet from danger and deliver a better world to future generations.

Luigi Lauro

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